> But hasn't that charge been levelled at many of those who later were
> as having made substantial contributions to the marxian project?
> Louis Godena
I would be quite surprised if a group led by sociologist Frank Furedi
would ever amount to anything in the revolutionary socialist neck of the
woods based on his musings in the University of Kent sociology
Tuesday: I am in a quiet state of agitation. The headlines are dominated
by the outbreak of violence in the Middle East and no matter how hard I
try, I cannot remember the name of the right-wing Israeli politician,
whose visit to the Muslim shrine (whose name I can also not recall),
sparked the whole thing off.
Wednesday: More violence in Israel. But things are looking up -- the
debate on sex education is in the news. That's more my kind of issue.
Now if only there was another nice controversy about something with a
Thursday: I am feeling depressed. The violence in the Middle East
dominates the news. The media have dropped the sex education debate.